beauty on the inside doesn’t get you free drinks.
About a Boy

OH so I’ve been racking my brain, trying for the life of me to figure out why the writers wouldn’t go with the emotional gold mine that is a de-aged Dean without his adult memories for the next episode, and why they’d go instead with the awkward adolescence is so funny haha route, and I realized. About a Boy is not about Dean.

It’s about Sam.

Sam, who has been taking on the protective big brother role all season, being confronted with this when he suddenly becomes the actual older brother. Sam, who as a child looked up to and glorified Dean, all at once realizing how young the Dean of his memories truly was. This season has been slowly disintegrating the deeply-ingrained, subconscious way that Sam has always viewed Dean as a father-figure instead of brother. This episode is going to shatter it.

Looks like it could be an emotional gold mine after all.

Move on, leave, run away, escape this place… but don’t forget about me, about us, about this town. Always remember where you come from so you can appreciate how far you’ve come.
—  c.j.n.

I never meant to make it seem like these two don’t care about each other. They are close, just in their own way. 

A/N: Aurora got her classical dance skills from Amy and her street style from Sonic. I picture Aurora going to Amy more when she’s sad because 1: She wants to be strong for her dad and 2: She worries her dad might go overboard with “punishing” the person who wronged her (little does she know, after Aurora has calmed down Amy goes MamaBear on everyone’s butts!)